6th August 2014
Boris Johnson will run for Parliament at next year’s election 29
12:42 PM — Boris Johnson has confirmed he will likely run for a seat in the House of Commons in next year's general election.
30th July 2014
UK: High Court judge favours Mayor and TFL in ruling on ‘ex-gay’ bus advert ban 33
6:10 PM — A High Court judge has ruled that Mayor of London Boris Johnson did not abuse his position as Chair of Transport for London (TfL) over the banning of an 'ex-gay' bus advert.
4th July 2014
Consultation launched into tackling hate crime in London 3
12:52 PM — A consultation has been launched into how to tackle hate-crime in the capital city.
2nd July 2014
UK: High Court judge probes London ban of ‘ex-gay’ bus ad
1:24 PM — A High Court judge is this week investigating accusations that Boris Johnson banned a bus ad from an 'ex-gay' group for political reasons.
27th June 2014
Boris Johnson: We should celebrate Pride in London but be aware there is more to be done 5
4:41 PM — Writing exclusively for PinkNews, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, celebrates Pride in London, but says there is still more to be done to tackle hate crimes.
24th June 2014
Mayor of London Boris Johnson won’t be attending Pride Parade 11
1:27 PM — Mayor Boris Johnson will not be attending this Saturday’s Pride in London Parade, officials say.
15th May 2014
Labour MP Diane Abbott: Mayor of London must act over rising homophobic crime 23
5:31 PM — Labour’s Diane Abbott is calling on Mayor of London Boris Johnson to take action following a 5.6% increase in homophobic crime across the capital.
5th March 2014
Judge launches investigation into Boris anti-gay bus ad ban 61
8:32 PM — A High Court judge has launched a new investigation into Boris Johnson's decision to ban an anti-gay ad from London buses.
4th February 2014
Boris Johnson: It was right to tell The Guardian about ‘homophobic buses’ 5
2:07 PM — Boris Johnson has rejected claims that his 2012 decision to ban anti-gay adverts on the capital's buses was in order to gain votes and says it was right of his staff to notify The Guardian newspaper.
27th January 2014
Transport for London ‘welcomes’ court ruling in favour of anti-gay bus advert ban 36
7:06 PM — Transport for London has welcomed a Court of Appeal ruling in favour of the 2012 decision to ban anti-gay adverts on London’s buses.
Judge: Boris Johnson’s office aparently sought to make ‘political capital’ over anti-gay ad ban 18
3:02 PM — Boris Johnson and evangelical activists have both welcomed a Court of Appeal ruling over the 2012 decision to ban anti-gay adverts on London’s buses
Transport for London ban on anti-gay adverts put in doubt by Court of Appeal ruling 28
12:39 PM — A Christian 'ex-gay' charity has won a court appeal over the banning of their adverts on London buses.
10th December 2013
Core Issues Trust calls on Court of Appeal to rule against Transport for London’s ban on anti-gay ads 23
2:21 PM — The Court of Appeal has begun hearing the case of Christian charity prevented from advertising anti-gay posters on 24 buses in London.
17th October 2013
Core Issues Trust seeks immediate injunction to remove London pro-gay bus adverts 71
12:57 PM — Core Issues Trust has lodged papers at the High Court attempting to force Transport for London to remove hundreds of new pro-gay equality posters on the capital’s buses via an injunction.
7th October 2013
London loses out to Paris in fight to host Gay Games 10
10:39 PM — The 2018 Gay Games will be held in Paris, after London lost out in the final decision on where to host the games.
Boris Johnson urges Tory activists to reselect gay MP Crispin Blunt 1
7:18 PM — Boris Johnson says he hopes gay MP Crispin Blunt is reselected as the 2015 Tory candidate for Reigate and has quashed speculation that he was eyeing up the seat for a possible return to Parliament.
2nd October 2013
Boris Johnson: My glasses are “a bit Sir Elton John’ 9
7:01 PM — Boris Johnson says one of his aides disapproves of his choice of glasses because they resemble the style worn by gay pop legend Sir Elton John.
Interview: London Assembly Labour member Tom Copley on Boris, Tories and better sex ed 2
5:01 PM — Tom Copley became the youngest person ever to join the London Assembly when he was elected as a Labour member in 2012. Speaking to PinkNews.co.uk, the City Hall Labour housing spokesperson talks the Tories, Russia, holding Boris to account, and the need for better sex and relationship education in schools.
30th September 2013
Ex-deputy mayor of London asked to explain naked Facebook photos 10
7:27 PM — A meeting has been called in order to give a councillor the chance to explain why naked photos appeared on his Facebook page, despite that he said his account was hacked.
Mayor of London supports gay arts festival 7
11:05 AM — Boris Johnson is supporting this year’s GFEST, the capital's LGBT arts festival for all.